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Definition of "waists" []

  • The constricted part of the trunk between the ribs and hips (noun)
  • The part of a garment covering the waist (noun)
  • The middle part of an object that resembles the waist in narrowness or position (noun)
  • The middle part of a ship (noun)
  • The middle section of an aircraft fuselage (noun)
  • The constriction between the thorax and abdomen in wasps and similar insects (noun)
  • Plural form of waist. (noun)

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Use "waists" in a sentence
  • "When we stand, we burn more calories, engage more muscle, and can whittle the circumference of our waists from a fat eunuch's to the size of a greyhound's."
  • "In my room there were oval engravings of the months — ladies haymaking in short waists and large hats tied under the chin, for June; smooth – legged noblemen pointing with cocked – hats to village steeples, for October."
  • "In my room there were oval engravings of the months -- ladies haymaking in short waists and large hats tied under the chin, for June; smooth-legged noblemen pointing with cocked-hats to village steeples, for October."